Whatever’s going on in your life today, share it with your mentor then hear their perspective.
A spark or idea from talking with your mentor can sometimes be all it takes to get you going in the right direction.
Your mentor can become part of your growing professional network; a network that will become increasingly important as you get closer to graduation.
Best way to start?
Undergraduates who receive out-of-class mentoring from faculty demonstrated increased academic achievement.Terenzini, Psacarella, and Blimling 1996
After one year of mentoring by faculty, students with mentors have higher GPAs and are more likely to stay in college.Campbell and Campbell, 1997
IExcel Mentoring consists of 18 mentoring networks that meet regularly, outside the classroom to share perspectives on a broad range of interests from dreams and aspirations, academics, current events, family, professional pursuits and other similar topics.Learn more